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Category: Ailunce and DMR
I don’t do much with VHF/UHF, but I had an Ailunce HD1 sent to me to do a review. It is a solid handheld transceiver and I have enjoyed using it. I especially have enjoyed listening to DMR talkgroups around the world. The Ailunce HD1 is a dual band FM DMR VHF/UHF analog and digital handheld transceiver. The things I like most are the build quality, the speaker and color LCD. Also, the long lasting battery.
HD1 dmr radio can communicate with other two way radio of the same frequency; compatible with Motorola TierⅠ&Ⅱ; use out of the box
FPP function; you can set almost all functions with the keyboard; access to many menu settings; VFO mode; very easy to learn and use
GPS/APRS function; provides real-time location information and complete tracking feedback
3000 channels 20000 contacts; tri group call models make you call freely without the group restrictions; supports to save 32 radio ID and edit radio ID via keypad
3200mAh battery enable normal use more than 15 hours; excellent for outdoor activities in skiing; hiking; hunting
IP67 waterproof and dustproof; can be immersed in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes and can easily cope with complex outdoor environments
Dual time slot for point to point supports two group calls in one channel under direct model; supports DTMF connecting
Analog and digital combined; Cross-band send and receive; TX and RX frequencies; Channel number; 32 radio ID etc; Users can customize the side buttons according to their own habit
Well I let my software get outdated and things changed with BrandMeister, so I had a lot of catching up to do. Things moved quickly over the summer. If you have been following me you probably saw this post a...
Talk and listen to Hams around the world at home using a small handheld radio! I just got started in DMR and have found it pretty easy and inexpensive. With an Internet connection and the Ailunce HD1 combined with the...
I don’t do much with VHF/UHF, but I had an Ailunce HD1 sent to me to do a review. It is a solid handheld transceiver and I have enjoyed using it. I especially have enjoyed listening to DMR talkgroups around...
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